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Changes with time in the availability of soil applied zinc to navy beans and in the chemical extraction of zinc from soils
Australian Journal of Soil Research
The effect of the incubation of zinc (Zn) applied to the soil on Zn uptake and the Zn concentrations in chemical extractants was studied. In a glasshouse experiment using a Zn-deficient gravelly sandy loam, the effect of recently applied Zn was compared with that of Zn incubated with the soil for 15 days at 40°C on growth and Zn uptake by navy beans (Phaseolus vulgaris cv. Gallaroy). At the second harvest (33 days after sowing), the dry weight of shoots of recently applied Zn was consistentlydoi:10.1071/sr9890699 fatcat:sr2w4exbxjeavh3qcddk2zi6oy